Vision Driven Artist Workshop Series: Developing an Artist Statement
Create your own artist statement and get an understanding of what makes a good one in this Rotunda-sponsored workshop.
MEET YOUR FACILITATOR
Michele Kishita is a Philadelphia-based artist who uses landscape as her primary subject. Her paintings are strongly influenced by the graphic stylizations and compressed spaces of Japanese ukiyo-e prints. Kishita’s paintings are in a number of private/corporate collections, including Toyota, Capital One, and Kaiser Permanente, and her work is featured in Create Magazine, on the Poetry Foundation blog, and the Studio Break and Thyme in the Studio podcasts, as well as in several literary journals. She has participated in artist residencies in New Mexico, Russia, and Iceland and exhibited at the Sharjah Art Museum in the United Arab Emirates and the Museum of Non-Conformist Art in St. Petersburg, Russia. Kishita received both her BFA and MFA in painting from the University of the Arts and is represented by James Oliver Gallery, Susanna Gold, and Carrie Coleman Fine Art, and affiliated with Cufflink Art.
ABOUT THE WORKSHOP
- Connect with other local artists and brainstorm new ideas about your work.
- Learn about artist statements and what it takes to create an artist statement that stands out.
- Practice writing or editing your own statement.
Register via the link below.
Registration is FREE and required in order to receive the Zoom link. Please register at https://vdartiststatment.eventbrite.com